Posted by Paul Foxson on June 12, 2014
A key factor that contributes big time to the success of new businesses is the ability to identify opportunities and gain from them. Embrace a new idea, gain from the untapped opportunity, and all the riches in the world can be yours.
The wholesale liquidation business is one such amazing opportunity. And it’s quite easy too, so that’s a huge bonus. All you have to do is just purchase the liquidation merchandise you like from FoxLiquidation.com, and sell them off at online or offline stores. You can typically get the products for pennies – at 70% to 95% lower than their retail price. Decide your own price and sell. Sell at a premium to register your profit.
Selling is easy, buying is easier, and there is plenty of profit making opportunities. Let’s see how Jess profits from selling liquidation goods, procured at FoxLiquidation.com.
A Case Study
Jess’s sales at Amazon grossed over $250,000 in 2013. She is raking up a profit of more than 50%, which comes to more than $10,000 a month. Now, that’s a really decent income. But the best part is that, Jess is working for just 2-3 hours a day, which means that, she has the time to do the things she really loves. She is just back from a month long vacation to the Dominican Republic with her boyfriend.
But it wasn’t always like this. She was laid off unexpectedly in 2010. This devastated Jess. She promised herself that she won’t work for anyone else again.
Jess researched for about 6 months and then found us - FoxLiquidation.com. She contacted us just to be sure that it was a genuine opportunity. We introduced her to the liquidation business and told her about the closeout and overstock deals. Jess was convinced and decided to give it a try.
Jess was interested in ladies shoes. She went through the manifest closely, and procured what she wanted. Very soon she had the liquidation merchandise she wanted.
Jess started selling shoes on eBay first in early 2011. She says that it’s always best to sell the things you are familiar with. She’s quite a shoe fanatic herself, as she maintains a very impressive collection. So the range of shoes at FoxLiquidation.com was like a natural choice for her.
Her eBay sales didn’t pick up immediately. But she stuck it out and modified a few things. Soon enough, in a few months, Jess was selling her shoes in eBay. Confident now, Jess decided to try Amazon. It worked once again. Since then, over more than two years now, Jess has been selling shoes at Amazon and eBay. Jess is thinking about selling formal clothing for women too, as she is interested in this as well.
That would be like a second string of income for her. Of course, it would be easier for her this time, because she already knows how to get the best liquidation merchandise at FoxLiquidation.com and how to sell them off at a profit at online stores.
*The Names Have Been Changed To Protect The Innocent.